It’s a rainy day here and it is a good day to work on Christmas cards. I like this very sweet, super detailed stamp called Little Creatures Christmas
I colored the stamp with alcohol markers. I started with all the details in the Christmas tree. There are carrots, grapes, pinecones, and more, decorating this woodland tree! How cute are all the little animals. I then added Wink of Stella, glitter glue, white gel pen and glossy accents to the details. It looks like it would take a long time to color but it really didn’t.
I masked off the snowy portion of the image, and the edges, and then sponged blue ink for my sky. It looks like it took a long time to color, but it really didn’t .
I matted the image over some pretty plaid paper, using ribbon and a snowflake button to add even more Christmas cheer!
Hope you have a wonderful day! I would love to know if you have started your holiday cards yet?
Hello and happy Saturday!
Today I'm sharing what I'll probably turn into a Thanksgiving card.
I didn't finish off the inside yet because my mom's been in the hospital. I may just use it to brighten her day if she doesn't come home since it's also just a nice fall card as it is. She hasn't been outside in over a week and loves fall.
I love fall and you always see the pumpkins and scarecrows and wagons...I was drawn to this wheat spray bundle because it was unique.
Hello from design team member, Heidi
. I hope you are having a great Autumn so far. Today, I am sharing a card with a bouquet of flowers that I colored for this season.
I decided to stamp my sentiment right over top of the card front. I used my stamping platform so that I could stamp it repeatedly, and get a nice bold look. Then, I thought I would use a bit of white pencil to highlight the right side of the words to make sure it stood out well. I thought that did the trick, and my card is nice and flat for mailing!
The floral stamp is part of a lovely stamp set called Florals Sheet
, and the sentiment can be found in the I Brake for Stamps store HERE
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